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Episode #130 – The Scarlet Letter

We finally get to the Roger Ebert tribute episode, with our movie pick voted on by you from his book “I Hated, Hated, Hated this Movie.” You chose The Scarlet Letter. You hate us. Meanwhile, Dan can’t seem to get ANYTHING right, Stuart reveals a very specific Nic Cage fetish, and Elliott does his famous “old man gamer” routine.

0:00 – 0:29 – Introduction and theme.
0:30 – 8:00 – We take a long time to reveal something that’s revealed in the episode title.
8:01 – 40:09 – Nathaniel Hawthorne’s timeless classic about bath voyeurism.
40:10 – 42:01 – Final judgments.
42:02 – 1:00:534 – Flop House Movie Mailbag
1:00:35 – 1:05:53 – The sad bastards recommend.
1:05:54 – 1:08:11 – Goodbyes, theme, and outtakes.

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He’s totally touching her butt RIGHT NOW.

Wikipedia synopsis of The Scarlet Letter

Here is the picture referenced in the “I Found Gooby” letter:

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July 13th, 2013

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Archaznable says:

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  2. Linneus says:

    The bit at the beginning about the idea that the Michael Jackson song literally includes lyrics saying that he forgot the lyrics reminds me that there is actually an Ella Fitzgerald song called “How High The Moon” where the chorus just straight up says “How high the moon, is the name of this song … though the words may be wrong, we’re singing it, because you ask for it!”

  3. Kathleen (Turner) says:

    I strongly need to agree regarding “this is your song”. Elton John decides to be a man selling potions in a traveling show (not really romantic and kinda creepy). He also forgets the eye color of his lover, which is pretty craptastic.

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